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...still waiting on a Metal Gear Solid film
If they get Kojima involved it wont be crap
     
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Fassbender can make any movie good. His performance in Inglorious Basterds was inspired. Well, all the acting in that movie was incredible really...
X-Men was still a weak movie.
Edited by lurker2501 - 10/28/12 at 2:30am
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I'll just put this in this thread since I don't feel it's not news, and this thread seems to be about the movie and active enough.
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Five Ways To Make The Assassin's Creed Film Not Suck

Yesterday, Ubisoft announced it is one step closer to making a film adaptation of Assassin's Creed, thanks to a deal with the film production company New Regency. However, even if it does get made, will it be any better than the average game-to-movie adaptation? Here are five things that can help Ubisoft surpass that incredibly low bar.

#1: Minimize the modern day, sci-fi hocus pocus
The Assassin's Creed games do an amazing job of recreating historical periods, places, and events. The sci-fi elements and mind-control wack-job conspiracy that tie all of these eras together are less compelling. I'm sure Ubisoft and New Regency will be chomping at the bit to spice up Desmond's cyber mind journey with a bunch of flashy CGI effects, but it's an urge that should be avoided at all costs. The Assassin's Creed movie should be grounded in Altaïr's story of becoming a master assassin and the corrupt Templars he must kill. I wouldn't mind if they skipped the modern day stuff altogether.

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I agree with the piece for the most part, but I feel like including the modern day setting should be in there... if not to explain the premise of the story and the Animus. However, that kinda depends on whether they stick with the story of Altair as it is in the game, or follow Altair at a different point of his life, maybe how he became a Master Assassin leading up to the events of the first one?
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